Wednesday 20 June 2012

Shopping List

Hello friends,
It's 'sticky' time again!  
This is one of my creations for Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L - 
I've decided to make a pretty shopping list notepad.
All the instructions and step by step photos can be found here and I'm really grateful to those that leave a comment on that blog - (sometimes the comment button is a little tricky to find, 
it is right at the bottom of the post at the end of the product list). 
Creating this is so easy and what a nice token gift for someone - 
it need not be a shopping list, you could customise any notepad.

Tomorrow I will be announcing the winner of the Wings of Hope dies, Bella is ready to go to work!
And, of course - we will have Friday Die Day - I'm working on that very soon.
Have a great day friends.


Unknown said...

Hi Christine, what a great idea so personal. Bet if you used it as a notebook comments would fly on how lovely it is.


Missmizog said...

Wht a fantasic idea. I love this sort of thing for presents ithink people love hand made presents.

Carole Z said...

Brilliant idea Christine...I love your inspiration for presents! Carole Z X

hazel young said...

Beautiful note book Christine, this would make a lovely gift for christmas, yes im already there thinking about it lol xx hazel

Clai01 said...

That is really beautiful and a gorgeous keepsake for someone to be given as a gift.

Andrea said...

This is such a lovely project and a lovely idea. Really like it - and it would be a joy to use

Lydia Jordan said...

Morning Christine,
Well this is pretty a lovely gift you give us so many gift ideas keep them coming.
Have a great day.

nattyboots said...

Made some similar a few years ago for my grandchildren thanks for the reminder now i will be doing some more ,only more grown up Christine as they make lovely presents .Elaine H X

sharon said...

What a lovely idea. I saw some ideal notebooks when I was 'big town' shopping today, now I must remember to buy some next week as they will be perfect for this. Bonus is that I will use up some of my enormous paper stash too. Thanks for the step-by-step instructions ;-)

Lucycat said...

Hi Christine. This is so pretty Thank you for the instructions as it will make perfect presents. x.

Linda (Lindyloo) said...

Hi Christine.
A lovely idea that you stole from me....LOL!! I have just put a wad of paper on my desk to make a similar item later today (after a sleep)
I am having too many spooky things happening today, so I think I will have to buy that Lottery Ticket after all.
This is a fab idea, and such easy and inexpensive gifts. I have the Bind it All machine so it can even make the notebooks/shopping lists etc myself.
Have a lovely day Linda xx

Sue Yorkshire said...

Hi Christine

What a lovely idea and you have made it look so pretty

Off to check out the othe blog now

Sue xxxx

AnneRD said...

So pretty, and what a great idea. Anne

Cazann49 said...

Hi Christine, this is very pretty and would make a lovely present any time of the year..:)..Enjoy your day xx

Anonymous said...

Hi Christine
love this very pretty.
Sandra (craftynan)

Oksana said...

Lovely idea Christine! So pretty also!x

Maggie J said...

Hello Christine what a lovely idea it would even make me look forward to the supermarket shopping a bit more!! I can imagine the comments that would be received from the other shoppers and the checkout staff, I'll have to give it a go.
Maggie J

loftylass said...

Great idea Chistine - thanks for the tutorial. Love the papers!!! I will be trying this out soon...tfs

Disco Queen said...

Beautiful! The foil really makes it.

Cinders said...

Hi Christine,
Love the papers and A great gift as well.
Best wishes
Caz x

Planetsusie said...

Having recently found your blog, I love the way you do other papercrafting besides cards. This is a great idea for giving to someone who may need a little cheering up. Just looking at the design and the little fat birdy has cheered me up and made me smile. I must have a go at making something like this myself. Thanks for the inspiration Christine.

Hugs Sue P xxx

Ita said...

hi christine a very nice shopping list and it could also be used for a "to do list" and a good size for your hand bag,thanks for the inspiration

Sue B said...

I think this is such a lovely way to make an inexpensive gift look so beautful. Will be having a go, thanks for showing it.
Sue B

Craftychris said...

Gorgeous! Such a fabulous gift xx

Anonymous said...

Hallo Christine,
Lovely idea, as you say, it can be adapted into a note book, B'day book etc.We crafters like to personalise our projects its part of being a crafter. Best wishes, Carolyn x

Elizabeth said...

Hi Christine, another lovely idea. You are giving us all lots of ideas for christmas pressies.
Can you tell me where you get the pads from, I have tried a few places and cannot seem to find just the blank pads.
Elizabeth x

Redanne said...

Hi Christine, this is such a lovely idea for a gift and would be so much fun to make too. Bit late today, had some strange emails and had to get my computer malware checked, all OK now. I think you had something similar recently. Not nice at all. Thanks for the inspiration today, over to leave a comment at the other place. A x

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